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SK: The Morning Edition

Every weekday, The Morning Edition examines urban and rural issues from across Saskatchewan.

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What happened to five-year-old Adrien McNaughton?

In season one of SKS, host David Ridgen goes back to his hometown in a search for answers.

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The stories behind the story

Go behind the scenes with journalists and correspondents, as they peel the curtain back and take you inside the stories they've covered.

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The nitty-gritty of real life

Every week, OITO digs into one timely topic through different perspectives, personal stories, and passionate opinions.

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A place were everythign changes

Hear intimate first-person stories about the pressures to succeed, the threat of failure and the adventures of growing up.

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Flag at Prince Albert City Hall causing controversary

Some people want to the removal of a flag featuring a cartoon fetus and the words "Please Let Me Live" flying at City Hall. We'll talk to the mayor and a person who started the petition.

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La Ronge student set to graduate with perfect attendance record.

Since his first day of kindergarten, Robin Louis has never missed a day of school. As he gets set to graduate in June, he thanks teachers, coaches and family.

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Super seniors have simple message for staying young

Ted and Mel Turner are both 89 and lead very active lives. What's their secret? Sheila Coles finds out.

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Should Davin School change its name?

Nicholas Flood Davin was a politician and founder of the Leader Post. He also wrote a report that became the blueprint for Indian Residential schools. Some want to see the name of Davin School changed.

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As the population ages, the Morning Edition asks: Are we ready?

The oldest baby boomers are just 70 years old. The Morning Edition looks at what is happening as this group enters its golden years. Nichole Huck sets up a week of programming.

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Spirit of the West drummer talks about the reasons behind the band's final tour

Due to mounting health concerns, the band is calling it quits. Sheila talks to drummer Vince Ditrich about Spirit of the West's bittersweet farewell.

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Cree woman talks about growing up Jewish in Montreal

Nakuset is Cree and from Lac La Ronge. When she was 3, she was adopted by a Jewish family in Montreal. She tells her story to Sheila Coles.

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Ashley Howard has curling in her blood

Ashley Howard is curling royalty. (Her dad is Russ and her uncle is Glenn). Now she's a CBC Future 40 recipient. She talks to Sheila Coles about her love of the sport.

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Sask Teen Christopher Sanford Beck wins award for his vision of reconciled Canada

15-year-old Christopher Sanford Beck is being honoured in Ottawa for his vision of a reconciled Canada post TRC. He spoke with Morning Edition host Sheila Coles.

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